DA Form 5-130 Flood Prediction - Local, Regional, Central

DA Form 5-130 Flood Prediction - Local, Regional, Central

What Is DA Form 5-130?

This is a military form that was released by the U.S. Department of the Army (DA) on October 1, 1956. The form, often mistakenly referred to as the DD Form 5-130, is a military form used by and within the U.S. Army. As of today, no separate instructions for the form are provided by the DA.


Q: What is DA Form 5-130?A: DA Form 5-130 is a flood prediction form used by the military.

Q: What does this form predict?A: This form predicts the likelihood of flooding in a specific area.

Q: What are the different levels of flood prediction?A: There are three levels: Local, Regional, and Central.

Q: What is Local flood prediction?A: Local flood prediction focuses on a specific area, such as a river or a small town.

Q: What is Regional flood prediction?A: Regional flood prediction looks at a larger area, such as a county or a state.

Q: What is Central flood prediction?A: Central flood prediction involves predicting flooding on a national scale.

Q: Who uses DA Form 5-130?A: The military uses this form to assess the risk of flooding in different areas.


Form Details:

  • A 1-page document available for download in PDF;
  • The latest version available from the Army Publishing Directorate;
  • Editable, free, and easy to use;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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